The sun was shining and the sky was somewhat blue today, so we decided to walk over Brooklyn Bridge. I put my sunglasses on and took the train to the City Hall, and guess what. The sky opened and the rain was pouring like a mug sifting water down on the ground. The good thing … More A walk to remember
After spending 38 hours with Hege, I can now say that I am officially exhausted. We haven’t slept for two nights and we’ve been to 5 concerts; Gabrielle, LidoLido, Honningbarna, Bernhoft with band and Kaizers Orchestra. This was a quite special Kaizers Orchestra concert for both Hege and I, as it was her first concert … More Odderøya; The white jacket…again?
The tickets are bought, the train trip is booked and the outfit is all set! The only thing now is the waiting… July 11th is the day when the music festival at Odderøya (outside Kristiansand) opens!!! But so does The Amazing Spiderman, so we chose to prioritize the movie premiere. That led us to taking … More I fancy the lead singer
What a place. About 30 minutes south of Oslo. A private garden open for the public a couple of times each year. We were there in the occasion of the annual Shakespeare festival, where play The Tempest was being performed by “imported” British actors this evening. The surroundings and atmosphere gave the feeling of being … More Ramme gaard
So here’s the interview with Peder Losnegård, aka LidoLido. There are two versions; the English one is under the Norwegian. Enjoy! Hvordan gikk stagenavnet fra å være Lil’P til LidoLido? Jeg reiste til Nairobi på et prosjekt om å lage en EP med barn i Mathare-slummen. De klarte ikke å si “Lil” så de sa … More Interview with LidoLido
Guest post-or something- I don´t know what it´s called Yesterday Edel, Hege, Sondre and I (Markus) decided to go to Bryne to hang out at a thing called “the Jaeren days”, which is basically a big market through the main street with a few people in the middle between all the… I don`t know what … More Guest post by Markus Bredal
Kaizers Orchestra playing at Jærnåttå There is a long story behind how Jærdagene first started. This info is taken from their website and translated from nynorsk to English. Nynorsk is not a preferred type of Norwegian, neither by me nor Google Translate, so there may be a couple of misunderstandings as there were no dictionaries available… … More The history of Jærdagene